a small can or drinking cup.
a small wooden bucket.
bucket, jar, bottle, package, canister, mug, drink, bowl, vessel, receptacle, aluminum, tin, gunboat, beaker, potion, chalice, grail, teacup, goblet, stein
- canning basin,
- canning, george,
- canning, stratford,
Origin of cannikin
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He did not cease smoking for a moment, unless it was to drink from a cannikin of brandy placed before him.The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 1 of 6|Eugne Sue
canakin or canikin
a small can, esp one used as a drinking vessel
Word Origin for cannikin
C16: from Middle Dutch kanneken; see can ², -kin
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